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Architect Magazine - June2016

MillerClapperton Project Featured in ARCHITECT Magazine

This June, our West Georgia Technical College project – 2014 winner of the AGC Build Georgia First Place Award – is being featured in ARCHITECT magazine in this Fabral, Inc. ad. As part of the initial phase of the new WGTC Coweta Campus in Newnan, Allied Healthcare was funded by the West Central Technical College Foundation. The Allied Healthcare Building is a 2-story, 47,000 GSF structure comprised of administrative offices, faculty offices, a large lecture hall, various classrooms and teaching labs. It also houses the Campus Admin and Faculty Offices, a Community Conference Center, Student Center,…

PROJECT SPOTLIGHT: Florida Citrus Bowl

ALL ABOUT SPEED: Finished just in time for College Football Bowl Season The Florida Citrus Bowl is number nine on our list of Top 10 MillerClapperton Projects of 2015. “This project was simply all about speed,” said Andrew Gernatt, Project Manager at MillerClapperton. All of the panels for the project were built based on MillerClapperton shop drawings which required constant contact with the MillerClapperton Engineering Department, the MillerClapperton foreman, Turner Construction superintendents and framers in the field. “We were checking and double-checking dimensions to eliminate the amount of remakes and…

The Strongest Dad I Know

Earlier this month, I had the privilege of competing in the John Tanner State Park Sprint Triathlon with my friend and neighbor, Pascal Gouteix.  The race was comprised of a 600 meter swim, followed by a 13.8 mile bike portion, followed by a 3.1 mile run.  A sprint is the shortest triathlon distance and finishing one can be accomplished with moderate training.  What Pascal did, though, was above and beyond anything I’ve ever personally witnessed at a race. Due to complications from being born three months early, Pascal’s adorable three-year-old…